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What is Earth’s Atmosphere? How does it work? How is it different from other planets?

What is Earth’s Atmosphere? How does it work? How is it different from other planets?

Earth’s atmosphere is a thin layer of gases surrounding our planet, composed mostly of nitrogen and oxygen.

It is different from other planets due to its composition, temperature, and density.

It works by trapping some of the sun’s energy as heat, creating a barrier that protects us from the dangerous radiation of space.

It also helps to keep the Earth at a comfortable temperature, and contains enough oxygen to sustain life.

The atmosphere of Venus is composed of 96% carbon dioxide, and the atmosphere of Mars is composed of 95% carbon dioxide and 3% nitrogen.

The atmosphere of Jupiter is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium, and the atmosphere of Saturn is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium with trace amounts of other elements.

The atmosphere of Neptune is composed mostly of hydrogen, helium, and methane, and the atmosphere of Uranus is composed mostly of hydrogen, helium, and methane with trace amounts of other elements.

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